Tableaux® Finish Colors
Our finish colors are selected, mixed, and artistically applied, to replicate material characteristics that complement a wide range of design styles. We only use water-based, low-VOC paints, stains, and finishes to help protect your health and the environment.
In addition to our timeless standard colors below, Tableaux Elements™ and Tableaux Metal™ product families allow our clients to specify a custom finish color.
COMPUTER/MOBILE DEVICE SCREENS RENDER COLORS DIFFERENTLY. WHAT YOU SEE ON YOUR SCREEN IS ONLY A REPRESENTATION AND MAY NOT REFLECT THE ACTUAL APPLIED FINISH COLORS.
Standard Tableaux Elements™ Finish Colors
Virtually unlimited custom finish colors may be specified for Tableaux Elements™. Additional non-standard finish color fee applies.
Standard Tableaux Veneer™ Finish Colors
Tableaux Veneer™ uses a substrate made from thin slices of hardwood walnut sheeting glued onto MDF panels. The walnut veneer is harvested from real trees. Since every tree is different, every board of veneer will have varying color and grain pattern variations which will affect the final finish color. Custom finish colors are not available for Tableaux Veneer.
Standard Tableaux Faux™ Iron Finish Colors
Tableaux Faux Iron™ finish colors are applied using a proprietary application process that was developed to make this product family look like real wrought iron. Custom finish colors are not available for Tableaux Faux Iron.
*Iron Light Rust, Patina Bronze, and Patina Copper are organic finishes applied using natural chemical processes (e.g. oxidation). Expect some color variations and an overall rougher texture on these finishes.
Standard Tableaux Metal™ Powder Coat Finish Colors
A virtually unlimited selection of powder coat finish colors are available for Tableaux Metal™. We recommend selecting custom powder coat colors from Prismatic Powders with first letter designations "P" for Polyester (UV Stable), or "U" for Polyurethane (UV Stable) for Tableaux Metal.
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